Shot today from moving train with on camera flash. I also have a wireless trigger, but apparently haven’t figured out how it works yet. Still considering – making progress.
No. This face isn’t photoshopped in. And no, I didn’t see it as I was speeding by in the train. A lot of the fun of shooting the tunnels in the dark is you really[…]
The project continues… Hopefully tomorrow I’ll pick up a battery pack for the Sunpak 383 so that I can get faster recycle times. The train generally goes through the City Hall station at full speed.[…]
Spent some more time working on techniques for photographing “ghost” subway stations with Weber. It’s tricky stuff to do; but it can be done. It’s amazing to me what is underground, mostly in the dark. […]
Some new testing today — using Sunpak flash – through subway windows on the #6 train – in what was just about complete darkness. It’s pretty complex, because the flash, if it’s not flush against[…]
It’s dark in those subway tunnels. Very dark. And what started as a whim, trying to catch glimpses of the abandoned stations, has broadened out into an interesting experiment (at least interesting to me). Most[…]
There is color all over the place in New York’s darkened subway tunnels. Besides the “ghost stations” like City Hall, and to a lesser extent Worth Street. I’ll be futzing a bit with flash, tho[…]